Do sore muscles after a workout cause weight gain?
To the extent your muscles grow in response to the stimulus, you might gain weight, but presumably the kind you want. If you are losing fat at the same time (running an overall caloric deficit) then your overall results might be a net weight loss (or hold even as muscle weighs more than fat for a given volume).
The real hazard, and a knock against exercising for weight loss in general, is if your muscles are so sore that you reduce your overall activity for several days, that is, activity you might have normally engaged in. I typically advise clients to be mindful of that between workout sessions.
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